• Wendi Rhodes

    Mrs. Rhodes attended high school in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia graduating in 1990.  She furthered her education at Georgia Southern University graduating in 1995 with a BS in Education with an emphasis on Special Education.  In 2012, she graduated from Armstrong Atlantic State University with a Master's Degree in Special Education.  
    She began her career as a first through third grade self-contained SLD teacher Chatham County Georgia before moving to Lexington, KY.  There she taught high school special education for two years splitting her time between collaborating in the regular education math classes and working with self-contained students who were learning life skills.  She then moved to Manassas, VA and worked as a Transition Coordinator for the Manassas City School System.  She assisted with job internship placements and facilitated on-the-job training for students with disabilities.  Upon returning to Georgia in 2001, she has worked with students with disabilities at the high school level at Jenkins High School in Savannah and at both South Effingham High School and Effingham County High School.  She is currently serving as the Severe and Profound Intellectually Disabled teacher at Effingham County High School.
Last Modified on August 21, 2019